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Sunday, September 3, 2023
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Shai Aharonovitz to be appointed head of Israel Tax Authority
Finance minister selects 22-year veteran as new director, subject to government approval next week
Israeli diamond tycoon arrested in Cyprus over corruption conviction in Romania
French-Israeli mining tycoon Beny Steinmetz was arrested in Cyprus on the basis of an arrest warrant issued by Romania for a corruption conviction. Steinmetz was detained when he arrived at Larnaca airport last Thursday. The following day a court extended his remand and declined to release him with restrictions, the Ynet outlet reported Sunday. Israel's...
One-click currency exchange makes startup investing easier via OurCrowd
Jerusalem-based venture investing platform teams up with Australia’s Airwallex to ease payments in local currencies
Netanyahu discusses energy ties with Cypriot and Greek leaders
Praising regional cooperation on visit to Nicosia, PM raises possibility of purchasing a shared firefighter aircraft with allies, pitches fiber optic cable project
Major study advises young people, pregnant women and drivers to avoid cannabis
Umbrella review of research over past 20 years says marijuana can be effective for illnesses such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and chronic pain, ‘not without adverse events’
Portugal says nearly 21,000 Israelis applied for citizenship last year
Shira Li Bartov
Israel leads as country with most applicants for 2nd year running, after Portuguese government began allowing descendants of Sephardic Jews to seek passports
Mohamed Al Fayed: Egyptian tycoon who craved ‘establishment’ approval
Businessman, whose son was killed in the Princess Diana crash, often clashed with the UK elite and royal family
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